Take a tour of this super luxurious billionaire bunker in Poland that claims to be the world’s first zombie-proof house

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Inside the Safe House. Courtesy of KWK Promes

If nuclear war, climate change, or zombie apocalypse doomsday predictions keep you up at night, here’s a real estate investment you may want to consider.

It’s a gigantic concrete monolith on the outskirts of Warsaw, Poland, with sliding exterior walls and an aluminium rolldown gate made by a company that normally supplies shipyards, according to the website of Polish architecture firm KWK Promes.

The home was built for clients whose “top priority was to gain the feeling of maximum security in their future house,” the website says.

Take a look inside.

Julie Zeveloff contributed to an earlier version of this story.


The Safe House appears to be a solid concrete steel block from the outside.

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The Safe House behind its thick, concrete walls. Courtesy of KWK Promes

The house took three years to build and was completed in 2008.


As if the compound wasn’t secure enough, the home is also surrounded by seven-foot-high sliding walls.

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Walls surrounding The Safe House. Courtesy of KWK Promes

The walls can be electronically sealed.


The concrete slabs open to expose windows, and an aluminium grate rises to let sunlight in.

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Moving panels reveal windows. Courtesy of KWK Promes

It can transform from sealed fortress to inviting home with just a few quick manoeuvres.


When the walls and shutters retract, the revealed structure looks more like a modern home.

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The Safe House opened. Courtesy of KWK Promes

“When it shrinks you can say it’s ugly, it’s a block,” architect Robert Konieczny previously told Insider. “But when it opens, it becomes a friendly, nice, interesting building.”


The sliding aluminium gate doubles as a movie screen.

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A home and an entertainment system. Courtesy of KWK Promes

It may be made of concrete, but the interior is light and airy.

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Inside the Safe House. Courtesy of KWK Promes

The interior was designed by Magdalena Radaloowicz-Zadrzyński.


Floor-to-ceiling windows provide stunning views of the Polish countryside.

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The view from the windows. Courtesy of KWK Promes

The house is surrounded by trees.


The space features both indoor and outdoor dining areas.

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Seating in the Safe House. Courtesy of KWK Promes

In the event of a disaster, the outdoor seating would be protected behind the house’s metal walls.


The house also includes a swimming pool.

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The enclosed swimming pool. Courtesy of KWK Promes

With a movie screen and a swimming pool, the Safe House is great for entertaining.


The pool can be enclosed in giant metal walls in case of a zombie apocalypse.

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The enclosed pool on the left. Courtesy of KWK Promes

In the event of an apocalypse, residents will still be able to take a dip in the pool.


A drawbridge leads to a roof terrace above the pool.

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The Safe House’s drawbridge in motion. Courtesy of KWK Promes

The bridge retracts into the surrounding concrete. For security purposes, the only available entrance to the house is the front door.


The yard includes outdoor seating.

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Outdoor seating at the Safe House. Courtesy of KWK Promes

The lawn chairs are shaded by a patch of trees.


There’s even a small garden with a fountain.

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The garden. Courtesy of KWK Promes

It’s a calming oasis nestled inside an intimidating structure.


At night, the Safe House is bathed in warm lighting.

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The Safe House at night. Courtesy of KWK Promes

The structure is well-lit.


Who knew zombie-proof homes could look so good?

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Sunset not included. Courtesy of KWK Promes